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Meet Amal Clooney's gorgeous look-alike sister, Tala Alamuddin

by Rheana Murray /  / Updated  / Source: TODAY

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Step aside, Pippa.

There’s a new style-savvy sister in town, and it’s Amal Clooney’s. Tala Alamuddin has been turning heads this week in New York City, where she’s celebrating her birthday and visiting her sister and brother-in-law George Clooney.

The striking brunette lives in Singapore and is a mom of three kids, People.com reported, and fans couldn’t help but notice the resemblance between the gorgeous sisters. Some social media users even said the pair could be twins.

Amal Alamuddin, Tala Alamuddin
Amal Alamuddin (left) attends the Celebrity Fight Night In Italy on Sept. 7, 2014 in Florence, Italy. Tala Alamuddin (right) seen out and about celebrating her birthday in New York City.Getty Images, PacificCoast News

Yet others recalled another famous sister who drew attention for her good looks and sharp style: Pippa Middleton. The kid sister of Duchess Kate rose to fame after the royal wedding, where her curve-hugging bridesmaid dress became its own star.

Similarly, the world first learned about Tala at the Clooney wedding in Venice, where her daughter was reportedly the flower girl.

Amal Clooney's look-a-like sister Tala Alamuddin takes a walk looking stylish in NYC
Amal Clooney's look-alike sister Tala Alamuddin looking stylish during a walk in New York City.Splash News

We’ve been drooling over Amal’s enviable wardrobe since she and George tied the knot last September (remember that Oscar de la Renta dress?), and Tala has the same eye for fashion. Her outfits this week were decidedly edgier than what Amal, an attorney, might wear — think fringe miniskirts and leather jackets, as opposed to her sister’s monochrome suits and ladylike dresses.

Either way, it’s clear that a sense of style — and good genes — run in the family.

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